As he participates in the competition for the final time, Lionel Messi will be the center of attention at the 2022 World Cup.
One of the few trophies Messi hasn't won is a World Cup championship, and at 35, time is running out for Argentina to bring home the trophy.
Fortunately, Messi and his national team both found their form at the ideal time and appear to be strong contenders in Qatar. They also shared their first major trophy by winning the Copa America in 2021.
For the 2022 World Cup, the PSG star will also debut new footwear, which will guarantee that Messi draws attention both with and without the ball in his hands.
With his new adidas boots, that Messi has wore in Qatar, are the gold-colored X Speedportal Leyenda was released to commemorate his fifth World Cup and was modeled after some of the footwear the Argentinean player wore on his 2006 tournament debut.
These shoes include a carbon-fibre component that offers a strong spring without adding weight and are made for speed and agility.
The boots are currently priced at $355 (£300) when you convert into Kenyan Shillings 38,708. If Messi wins the 2022 World Cup these boots will likely rise in value as they become a possible collector's item.
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